Press Release : IG Radar: DENIC Information Platform Explains Internet Governance Processes
DENIC’s IG Radar is a one-stop reference source providing basic knowledge and in-depth information for a wide audience on the occasion of the United Nations‘ Internet Governance Forum in Berlin, Germany, from 25 to 29 Nov. 2019 and beyond.
Press Release 8 May 2018: DENIC Domain Statistics 2017: The Regional Distribution of .de Domains in Germany
You find them in agricultural regions and economic hotspots, in industrial parks as well as in nature reserves – domains with the German ending .de are registered virtually everywhere in Germany. Their precise distribution is mapped every year in the annual regional domain statistics published by...
Press Release 1 March 2018: Extensive Changes Planned for DENIC Whois Domain Query: Proactive Approach for Data Economy and Data Protection
In the future, DENIC will only record the contact details of the domain holder, two additional e-mail addresses as contact points for abuse reports and general and technical requests as well as the usual technical domain data.
Press Release 23 February 2018: DENIC-Hosted 2018 Domain Pulse Conference Revolving around Digital Change between Freedom and Security
Video footage of stimulating talks and debates of 2018 Domain Pulse in Munich soon online featuring, among others, futurologist Matthias Horx, former Federal Data Protection Commissioner Peter Schaar and ZITiS President Wilfried Karl.
Press Release 8 June 2017: DENIC Obtains ICANN Accreditation as New gTLD Data Escrow Agent
As newly approved Authorized New gTLD Data Escrow Agent DENIC offers, with immediate effect, both to ICANN-accredited registrars and registries an escrow service which fully complies with the European legal framework.
Press Release 28 March 2017: DENIC Domain Statistics 2016: The Regional Distribution of .de Domains in Germany
You find them in every village, every district and in the German metropolises anyway – domains with the German ending .de are registered virtually everywhere in Germany. Their precise distribution is mapped every year in the annual regional domain statistics published by DENIC.